- 21 Apr 16
Bono, Adam, Larry and the Edge are sitting pretty at Number 3.
The Annual Sunday Times Music Rich List is being revealed this weekend, but they've given us a sneak peak at the top 10 earners in music.
Among the biggest Irish breadwinners are U2, who've managed to amass a fortune of €635m. The Irish rockers are in third position behind the former Beatles singer Paul McCartney and legendary composer Andrew Lions Webber.
The Lord Of The Dance, Michael Flatley, is sitting in the Number 9 slot, with an estimated fortune of €250m. While, Enya is Ireland's wealthiest female musician, with a jackpot of €115m.
Longtime editor of the Sunday Times Rich List Ian Coxon says the Irish singer's fortune hasn't shifted a great deal in the last year. "She's 'only' up a million this year - but she's a well-established artist and over her career has sold millions of records," Coxon remarked.
One Direction star Niall Horan also made the Rich Under-30s List. Combined with his three fellow bandmates, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, the boy band have made nearly €43m.
Read the Sunday Times Music Rich List Top 10 below.
01 Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell €965m
02 Lord Lloyd-Webber €908m
03 U2 €635m
04 Sir Elton John €355m
05 Sir Mick Jagger €298m
06 Olivia and Dhani Harrison €280m
07 Keith Richards €280m
08 Ringo Starr €255m
09 Michael Flatley €250m
10 Sting €235m